Discover the inner workings of a rehabilitation centre on the island of Borneo. Pick the programme that best suits your curriculum needs and allow your students to delve into a world of exploration and experience.
Real animals, real observations, real experimentation and real discussions enrich the students’ scientific knowledge, as well as the development and understanding of the application of science.
Students develop a passion for science and environmental conservation, leading them to ask tough questions as they meet the researchers and experts who work in the field day by day.
By meeting and forming bonds with endangered animals and human stakeholders, qualitative reflection and discussion are colourfully brought to life in front of the students’ eyes.
Witnessing the connection between environmental protection and human development first-hand leads to an acceleration in learning and the synthesis of complex global relationships. This is higher order learning that equips students for future learning, the ability to analyze problems and the formation of individual thoughts and beliefs.
Students can apply the knowledge that they’ve learnt and the impacts they’ve made in their everyday lives. They’ll also discover and understand the relationship between the impacts they’ve made and global issues faced by society. This can be useful in their personal or professional life, thereby preparing them as global citizens in a world full of ever-evolving challenges.
Schools who have participated in [email protected] programmes include Bangalore International School (India), DY Patil International School (India), Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) (Singapore), International School of Singapore (Singapore), Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore), Tembusu College, National University of Singapore (Singapore), American International School (Hong Kong), South Island School (Hong Kong), Girl Guides of Australia (Australia), The International School of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and 1Malaysia for Youth (Malaysia).
We’ve also given environmental education talks in New Zealand to Otonga Primary School, in USA to Staten Island Zoo and in Malaysia to Sri KDU, Epsom College, KDU College, Malaysian Culture Group, Australian International School, Taylor’s College, Enactus University of Nottingham Malaysia, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, HELP University and Fairview International School.
APE Malaysia has delivered talks during 2019 TEDxUSCI University (Malaysia), 2018 Orangutan SSP Husbandry Workshop (USA) and 2017 Heart Of Borneo Conference (Malaysia), as well as taken part in an interview with What Does The Giraffe Say Media in 2020.